drillability


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drillability

[‚dril·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(engineering)
Fitness for being drilled, denoting ease of penetration.
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QuickBooks' drillability is an auditor's dream tool, allowing users to instantly trace any amount through the accounting system to ascertain its origin.
Advantages include dimensional stability an ultrasmooth surface, enhanced drillability, high interconnect density and process capabilities.
The correlation for rotating days was very strong, but for the wider measures of drilling performance, many factors besides drillability affect performance.
As far as drillability goes, the Micra is first class.
Wellpath data is stored in the drilling relational database for further engineering and drillability analysis, using Paradigm's suite of integrated drilling engineering applications.
Another PivotTable enhancement involves drillability Previously, users could only drill down on PivotTable data to view underlying details, but now you can also Drill Up to view summary information and Cross Drill to view connected data contained in related tables.
Viamat's advantages in circuit boards and chip carriers included low CTE for dimensional stability, an ultrasmooth surface, enhanced drillability, higher interconnect density and process capabilities.
A New Approach to Interpreting Rock Drillability, Oil and Gas Journal, April 1965
The "Machineable Matrix" body construction allows for greatly enhanced design flexibility, speedy manufacturing response and unsurpassed drillability.
ViaMat features extreme surface smoothness, low CTE, isotropic properties and excellent laser ablation and drillability.
According to H&V, the new product's excellent laser/plasma ablation and drillability allow for increased interconnect density over industry standard woven materials.